University of Wisconsin, Bachelor's Degree in Atmospheric Science
Jeremy Lagoo spent most of his younger life staring off into the clouds. While others assumed he was daydreaming, he was deep in thought analyzing the structures and movement trying to figure out how each piece played into the weather around him.
Following his passion for both math and science he attended the University of Wisconsin to study Engineering Physics. With his head still in the clouds, he eventually decided to make a go of it and transferred to the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Science program at Wisconsin with just one semester left in Engineering school.
From that day forward he never looked back
For his first job he forecasted global weather, focusing on different types of severe conditions around the globe. With a solid Filipino fan base he spent some time reporting from the island chain during the heart of typhoon season. Soon after his thirst for adventure and love of weather took him on a tour of the U.S. creating short-form online content highlighting different patterns in different tourist destinations around the country.
Q&A with Jeremy Lagoo
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Stellar time lapse of marching shelf clouds in Southern Maryland. https://t.co/rwcgLV0rer5 hours ago by WeatherNation
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This is stunning. Check out the sunrise from Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona https://t.co/DMPcEuTXzK8 hours ago by WeatherNation
Swimming in the hail equivalent of dippin' dots. We do not recommend. https://t.co/P8TGK5w5Rx9 hours ago by WeatherNation